General Interest Programs

Browse through a large variety of fun classes designed for individuals interested in taking a course for personal enrichment!

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Silver Scholar Offerings

 Classes specifically designed for anyone celebrating life experience of 55 years or better. Enjoy small class size and a relaxed learning atmosphere.

Essential Oils Make & Take Oil Class

Are you ready to get energized?  Or would you like to relieve stress?  You can get the best of both at this essential oils make-and-take class!  Whether you are new to essential oils or you already use them, this class will be a fun way to learn about them and make some amazing blends to take home with you.  You will have the option to make two blends.  You can choose from energy, stress relief, calming, headache relief, and/or immune support.  Each person will take home two blends of rollerballs, sprays, or one of each.  In addition to the class fee there will be a $10 supply fee payable to the instructor the night of class.  Of course, if you want more than two blends, you are welcome to make more for an additional $5 fee per bottle.  This class will be a great way to have some fun and experience the magic of essential oils!

Sept 14 - Sept 14
19/YR*NON*1327*105
Ottumwa Campus
Fri, 1:30PM - 3:30PM
Advanced Tech Center
Rm: 111A - $20.00
T. Reck

Dec 14 - Dec 14
19/YR*NON*1327*107
Ottumwa Campus
Fri, 1:30PM - 3:30PM
Advanced Tech Center
Rm: 111A - $20.00
T. Reck

Oils of the Bible

What the Bible says sets a biblical foundation for the use of modern day essential oils. We will explore the uses in the Old and New Testaments to uncover where the oils came from, how they were made and how they were used in biblical times. We will reveal the oils and spices most commonly mentioned in the Bible. Learn their origins, histories, significance and how they can be used today to help our bodies heal.

Dec 07 - Dec 07
19/YR*NON*1327*106
Ottumwa Campus
Fri, 1:30PM - 3:30PM
Advanced Tech Center
Rm: 111A - $20.00
T. Reck

Social Media Basics

What is it? How do I get started? What do I do once I get started? How do I use it? Get the answers to these questions and others during this class. Learn the benefits of the most recent social networking tools. Topics covered will include Facebook, Pinterest and YouTube.

Sept 28 - Sept 28
19/YR*VOC*1071*102
Ottumwa Campus
Fri, 1:30PM - 3:30PM
Advanced Tech Center
Rm: 216 - $20.00
W. Shilling

Genealogy- Learning Your Ancestry

Trace your family’s lineage and history using multiple resources including the Internet.  Learn how to effectively research historical records that include census data, church records, marriage and death notifications.

Oct 02 - Oct 09
19/YR*NON*1103*102
Ottumwa Campus
Tues, 1:30PM - 3:30PM
Advanced Tech Center
Rm: 111A - $30.00
M. Lawson

Ipad/Iphone for Work or Play

Discover what your iPhone and iPad operating systems can do for you.  Explore cool features and apps, including Family Sharing, Health, enhanced notifications, time-lapse photo mode, group messages with voice and video, Quick-Type and more.  Please note:  iPhones and iPads will not be provided. 

Oct 19 - Oct 19
19/YR*BUS*1494*102
Ottumwa Campus
Fri, 1:30PM - 3:30PM
Advanced Tech Center
Rm: 111A - $20.00
W. Shilling

Smartphone for Dummies! Android

Do you have a new phone? Would you like to use your smart phone to its full potential? This class is for you! Learn about the "apps" and everything "cool" about your new phone.

Nov 02 - Nov 02
19/YR*NON*1260*102
Ottumwa Campus
Fri, 1:30PM - 3:30PM
Advanced Tech Center
Rm: 111A - $20.00
W. Shilling

Internet Safety

This is an informational class about safety on the Internet.  Learn about internet hackers, identity scams and phishing, viruses and other threats.  

Nov 16 - Nov 16
19/YR*VOC*1021*102
Ottumwa Campus
Fri, 1:30PM - 3:30PM
Advanced Tech Center
Rm: 216 - $20.00
W. Shilling

Silver Scholars Nutrition Academy

 Navigating nutrition as we age can be a challenge. Should you take this supplement? Follow that special diet? Will this food interact with that medication? How do I incarnate healthy foods, when I’m only cooking for 1 or 2? Join dietitian Heather Larson for this 5 week ‘Nutrition Academy’ designed for seniors. Classes will be held on the Ottumwa Campus in the Advanced Technology bldg, room 111A.

 Disease Prevention & Management through Nutrition

 Nov 20 - Nov 20
19/YR*NON*2102*106
Tues, 1:30PM - 2:30PM
$10.00 

Special Diets & Supplements for Seniors

 Nov 27 - Nov 27
19/YR*NON*2102*107
Tues, 1:30PM - 2:30PM
$10.00

Preventing Food & Drug Interactions

Dec 11 - Dec 11
19/YR*NON*2102*108
Tues, 1:30PM - 2:30PM
$10.00

Cooking for 1 Or 2

Dec 18 - Dec 18
19/YR*NON*2102*105
Tues, 1:30AM - 2:30PM
$10.00

Educational

Discovery Flight - Redbird Flight Simulator

This course is geared for the student who has never flown before or for a pilot who just wants to experience the thrill of flying a full motion simulator.  Participants will meet and get a short orientation to the Redbird Flight Simulator and then discuss the purpose of the course.  Participants will have an hour in the Redbird Simulator to discover the sensation of flight without having to leave the ground. You can register for the class beginning Aug 6 through Dec 20. Once you have registered and paid online you will be contacted by the IHCC Aviation Department to schedule a time for your lesson. The class will be held on the North Ottumwa Campus at the Aviation Bldg room 51 with instructor D. Graham.

Cost $70.00
19/YR*VOC*3285*101

Journaling for Your Life

Great minds in history have written journals, including Marcus Aurelius, Leonardo Da Vinci, Isaac Newton, Benjamin Franklin,

Abraham Lincoln, Charles Darwin, Ernest Hemingway, George Bernard Shaw, Albert Einstein, Winston Churchill, Andy Warhol, and Maya Angelou. Some of these journals have been published and make fascinating reads. While your journal may not be published (unless you want it to), it can change your life. A journal is not a diary. Find out the difference in this course.

Sept 10 - Sept 24
19/YR*NON*1488*101
Ottumwa Campus
Mon, 7:00PM - 8:00PM
Advanced Tech Center
Rm: 111A - $25.00
R. Collett Jr

Ham Radio

Ham Radio is just one of the many courses we are offering this fall that can introduce you to your new favorite hobby! For over 100 years "hams" have been using radio waves to communicate with other people from around the country and even around the world. In Ham Radio 101, join instructor Joe Goudy and learn the basics of radio equipment and operations, as well as FCC regulations. After this course, participants will be prepared to take the federal exam that grants them a Technician license which is necessary to legally communicate via the radio. After earning this license, you are officially a "ham" and can join the community of operators in North America and have limited privileges on the radio bands used for international communications.

Sept 12 - Oct 17
19/YR*VOC*1374*101
Ottumwa Campus
Wed, 6:00PM - 8:00PM
Advanced Tech Center
Rm: 156 - $120.00
J. Goudy

Genealogy- Learning Your Ancestry

Trace your family’s lineage and history using multiple resources including the Internet.  Learn how to effectively research historical records that include census data, church records, marriage and death notifications.

Sept 18 - Sept 25
19/YR*NON*1103*101
Ottumwa Campus
Tues, 6:00PM - 8:00PM
Advanced Tech Center
Rm: 111A - $30.00
M. Lawson

Oils of the Bible

What the Bible says sets a biblical foundation for the use of modern day essential oils. We will explore the uses in the Old and New Testaments to uncover where the oils came from, how they were made and how they were used in biblical times. We will reveal the oils and spices most commonly mentioned in the Bible. Learn their origins, histories, significance and how they can be used today to help our bodies heal. Classes will be held on the Ottumwa campus in the Advanced Technology Center, room 111A and instructed by T. Reck. 

Sept 26 - Sept 26
19/YR*NON*1327*101
Wed, 6:00PM - 8:00PM
$20.00

Dec 4 - Dec 4
19/YR*NON*1327*102
Wed, 6:00PM - 8:00PM
$20.00

Essential Oils Make & Take Class

Are you ready to get energized?  Or would you like to relieve stress?  You can get the best of both at this essential oils make-and-take class!  Whether you are new to essential oils or you already use them, this class will be a fun way to learn about them and make some amazing blends to take home with you.  You will have the option to make two blends.  You can choose from energy, stress relief, calming, headache relief, and/or immune support.  Each person will take home two blends of rollerballs, sprays, or one of each.  In addition to the class fee there will be a $10 supply fee payable to the instructor the night of class.  Of course, if you want more than two blends, you are welcome to make more for an additional $5 fee per bottle.  This class will be a great way to have some fun and experience the magic of essential oils! Classes will be held on the Ottumwa campus in the Advanced Technology Center, room 111A and instructed by T. Reck.

Oct 30 - Oct 30
19/YR*NON*1327*103
Tues, 6:00PM - 8:00PM
$20.00

Dec 11 - Dec 11
19/YR*NON*1327*104
Tues, 6:00PM - 8:00PM
$20.00

Social Media Basics

What is it? How do I get started? What do I do once I get started? How do I use it? Get the answers to these questions and others during this class. Learn the benefits of the most recent social networking tools. Topics covered will include Facebook, Pinterest and YouTube.

Sept 20 - Sept 20
19/YR*VOC*1071*101
Ottumwa Campus
Thurs, 6:00PM - 9:00PM
Advanced Tech Center
Rm: 216 - $29.00
W. Shilling

Ipad/Iphone for Work or Play

Discover what your iPhone and iPad operating systems can do for you.  Explore cool features and apps, including Family Sharing, Health, enhanced notifications, time-lapse photo mode, group messages with voice and video, Quick-Type and more.  Please note:  iPhones and iPads will not be provided. 

Oct 11 - Oct 11
19/YR*BUS*1494*101
Ottumwa Campus
Thurs, 6:00PM - 9:00PM
Advanced Tech Center
Rm: 111A - $29.00
W. Shilling

Do-It-Herself: Intro to Power Tools for Women

Always wanted to try using power tools? Now is your chance get your hands on a few common power tools! Stations will be set up to test various tools that can be used for a variety of applications, including jigsaw, circular saw, random orbital sander, belt sander, and more.  This class is to develop skills only, no project is created.

Oct 13 - Oct 13
19/YR*VOC*3131*101
Ottumwa Campus
Sat, 9:00AM - 12:00PM
Advanced Tech Center
Rm: 157 - $20.00
D. Terrian 

Poetry Workshop for Beginners & Experienced

This course is not lecture nor a course on poetry writing theory. A workshop is about “doing.” We will examine the works of various poets, write poems, and then critique each other’s work. This is how workshops are done at the Writers Workshop at the University of Iowa. If you are a beginner, by the end of the course you should have an idea of how to develop and improve your writing. If you are already experienced in poetry writing, by the end of the course you may have some new ideas and motivation to continue your writing.

Oct 17 - Nov 07
19/YR*NON*2050*101
Ottumwa Campus
Wed, 7:00PM - 8:30PM
Advanced Tech Center
Rm: 111B - $50.00
R. Collett Jr

Smartphone for Dummies-Android

Do you have a new phone? Would you like to use your smart phone to its full potential? This class is for you! Learn about the "apps" and everything "cool" about your new phone.

Oct 25 - Oct 25
19/YR*NON*1260*101
Ottumwa Campus
Thurs, 6:00PM - 9:00PM
Advanced Tech Center
Rm: 111A - $29.00
W. Shilling

Iowa in the Civil War

The Civil War was largely fought by young farmers. Iowa sent a higher percentage of young farmers to the war than any other state. Much material will be presented from unpublished letters and journals from soldiers and people at home. Artifacts and weapons from the conflict will be shown.

Oct 27 - Oct 27
19/YR*NON*1575*101
Ottumwa Campus
Sat, 10:00AM - 12:00PM
Advanced Tech Center
Rm: 111A - $25.00
M. Zahs

Internet Safety

This is an informational class about safety on the Internet.  Learn about internet hackers, identity scams and phishing, viruses and other threats.  

Nov 08 - Nov 08
19/YR*VOC*1021*101
Ottumwa Campus
Thurs, 6:00PM - 9:00PM
Advanced Tech Center
Rm: 216 - $29.00
W. Shilling

Nutritional

 Nutritional classes are offered by Heather Larsen of Eating for PR’s, LLC.

 1:1 Nutrition Coaching

Eating shouldn't be rigid, painful or tell you can't go out for pizza every once in a while! Let me help you find balance with nutrition by focusing on a non-diet approach to mindfully eating to nourish your body. We start with a goal setting session where we discuss your goals, and what you hope to gain from nutrition coaching. We explore your relationship with food, eating patterns and health habits to build a road map towards your nutrition goals, followed by weekly online support and customized meal planning services.  You can register for this class between Aug 27 – Dec 15.  Once you have registered Heather will contact you with class information.  Cost $149.

19/YR*NON*2102*102

Group Challenges

Do you have a competitive side? Sometimes making a lifestyle change is more fun with your friends involved. Gather 5 or more of your friends, and challenge them to a 4 week healthy eating show down. Heather, your team dietitian, will provide your group with weekly meal plans, fitness challenges and access to your own private Facebook challenge group to track the fun. (Minimum of 5 challengers required. $45 per participant and each participant needs to register and pay individually.)  You can register for this class between Aug 27 – Dec 15. Once you have registered Heather will contact you with class information.  Cost $45.

19/YR*NON*2102*101

Make Ahead Meals

Looking for something fun, and productive to do with your friends? Grab your group (at least 5 participants required) and join Dietitian Heather Larson for a Make Ahead Meals class, to be scheduled at a date and time that works for your group. Spend a little time, and have a ton of fun, now to save a ton of time later. These meals can be frozen for up to 3 months and then either thrown in the oven or slower cooker for dinner. You will have delicious meals that you can heat up whenever you don’t have time to cook a home cooked meal from scratch and each meal feeds four! Each participant needs to register and pay individually online. You can register for this class between Aug 27 – Dec 15. Once you have registered Heather will contact you with class information.  There is a supply fee due to the instructor on the night of class of $12 per meal in addition to the course tuition cost of $20. You pick the number of meals you want to prepare from these meal choices:

  • Spinach Lasagna
  • Brown Sugar Meatloaf
  • Slow Cooker Lemon Garlic Chicken Thighs
  • Honey Dijon Pork and Green Beans
  • Slow Cooker Meatball Vegetable Soup
  • Make Ahead Freezer Chicken Fajitas
  • Skillet Creamy Parmesan Penne
  • Chicken Parmesan
  • Tuscan Chicken with Tomatoes
  • Mango Pineapple Beef Barbacoa
  • Curried Sweet Potato Soup
  • Turkey Black Bean Chili
  • Salsa Verde Shredded Pork
  • Chicken Teriyaki

19/YR*NON*1243*101

Weekly Meal Plans ($10/week) – You know you need to fuel your body well, but you’re not sure how to actually make it happen? I get it! It can be overwhelming (and time consuming!) to serve up meals that provide you with everything your body needs. Weekly meal plans include 2 breakfast, 2 lunch, 2 snack and 4 dinner recipes, along with a weekly shopping list to make sure you’re ready to fuel your week well. (4 week commitment required) You can register for this class between Aug 27 – Dec 15.  Once you have registered Heather will contact you with class information. Cost $40.

19/YR*NON*2102*103

American Sign Language

Beginning Sign Language (ASL I)

This “hands-on” course introduces the participants to American Sign Language with basic grammar, vocabulary, fingerspelling, numbers, Deaf History and information relating to Deaf Culture. The instructor has over 30 years of experience as a Sign Language Interpreter. Class is held at the Ottumwa Campus in the Advanced Technology Center, room 110.

Sept 05 - Sept 26
19/YR*ELI*1001*101
Wed, 6:00PM – 8:00PM
$100

Intermediate Sign Language (ASL II)

This course is a continuation of ASL I. Participants will increase their vocabulary as well as expressive and receptive signing skills through instruction and various activities. Pre-requisite: ASL I or with permission from the instructor. Class is held at the Ottumwa Campus in the Advanced Technology Center, room 110.

Oct 03 - Oct 24
19/YR*ELI*1001*102
Wed, 6:00PM – 8:00PM
$100

Social Media Basics

What is it? How do I get started? What do I do once I get started? How do I use it? Get the answers to these questions and others during this class. Learn the benefits of the most recent social networking tools. Topics covered will include Facebook, Pinterest and YouTube.

Jun 19 – Jun19
18/YR*VOC*1071*102
Ottumwa Campus
Tues, 7:00PM - 9:00PM
Advanced Technology Center
Rm: 216
$29.00
Instructor: Reck

 Crafts

 Make & Take Wood Sign

A great way to have fun with you friends, relax and create a memory!  We provide all the supplies needed and you will receive step by step instruction.  An additional $20 supply fee payable to the instructor will be collected the night of class.  Sign up today as space is limited! Class will be held on the Ottumwa campus in the Advanced Technology Center, room 116 and instructed by A. Winn.

 Mar 07 - Mar 07Make and Take Sign
19/YR*NON*2062*102
Thurs, 6:00PM - 8:00PM
$20.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

Barn Quilt Painting

Barn quilts have become very popular in the U.S. This symbol of American history can be displayed with pride whether you are a quilter or not. The colors and geometry are striking and look beautiful on any building, garage, garden shed, barn or can also be displayed inside. In this class you will be creating your very own 2'x2' barn quilt in the pattern and colors of your choice. The 2'x2' board will be provided by the instructor and primed and ready for class. Supplies you will need to bring to class: 3 colors of exterior latex paint (Instructor prefers satin finish), ruler or yard stick, pencil, 1 roll of painters tape  Instructor prefers Frog Tape), 3 - 1" or 2" foam brushes or small foam rollers, possible designs (Instructor will have some available).

Oct 10 - Oct 24
19/YR*NON*2062*101
Ottumwa Campus
Wed, 6:00PM - 8:00PM
Advanced Tech Center
Rm: 111A - $60.00
S. Bassett

Scarecrow Wreath

Fall is in the air!   Time to get out your fall decorations and come to this class and make this adorable scarecrow wreath to enjoy for years to come!  Get the girls together and come get crafty.  An additional $20 supply fee will be collected the night of class, payable to the instructor (A. Winn), for all supplies to complete your project.  Sign up early as space is limited!

Scarecrow WreathOct 11 - Oct 11
19/YR*NON*1035*101
Ottumwa Campus
Thurs, 6:00PM - 8:00PM
Advanced Tech Center
Rm: 116 - $20.00

 

 

 

 

Reuse, Recycle, Repurpose - Snowflake Pallet Project

Get your friends together and come make a winter decoration you will be proud to display year after year or give it as a gift!

This project will be made out of recycled pallets (provided at the class). Register today as space is limited!

 Nov 10 - Nov 10
19/YR*NON*1111*101
Ottumwa Campus
Sat, 9:00AM - 12:00PM
Advanced Tech Center
Rm: 111A - $25.00
D. Terrian 

“Happy Holidays” or “Baby It’s Cold Outside” Painted Window

Grab your friends and let’s have some fun making this cute seasonal creation!  This class will combine vinyl lettering and decal and your own creative painting for the background.  An additional $20 supply fee will be collected the night of class, payable to the instructor, for all supplies, including the window, to complete your project.  Sign up early as space is limited!

Painted WindowNov 29 - Nov 29Painted Window
19/YR*NON*1110*101
Ottumwa Campus
Thurs, 6:00PM - 8:00PM
Advanced Tech Center
Rm: 116 - $20.00
A. Winn

 

Dog Obedience

Build a rewarding relationship with your dog by learning how to reinforce desired behaviors. Understanding how to motivate and communicate clearly will help you prevent and resolve problems. During this course, you will learn a language of basic cues and markers that is essential for reliable obedience. Your dog will learn valuable life skills and enjoy a calmer state of mind. Class size is limited so early registration is recommended. Pit Bulls and Staff Terriers cannot be accepted in this class due to city ordinances. The first class is an informative session only and all sections will meet together at 2pm, do not bring your dog, just a current rabies certificate. The remaining class schedule will be determined by the instructor during this

Sept 16 - Oct 28
19/YR*NON*2100*101
Sun, 1:30PM - 3:00PM
$80.00

Sept 16 - Oct 28
19/YR*NON*2100*102
Sun, 3:30PM - 5:00PM
$80.00

Food Making 

Cake Decorating

Learn a variety of flowers, borders and special techniques. For class you will need: 4-6 cups medium decorating buttercream, your recipe or recipe from Wilton (www.wilton.com). Tips 3, 5, 12, 16, 20, 45, 104,352, 1M three couplers sets, 12" decorating bags,#7 flower nail, food coloring(green and a few flower colors), flower nails, small pointed scissors, toothpicks, parchment paper, metal spatula, powdered sugar, disposable bowls and an apron (optional).

Oct 02 - Oct 16
19/YR*NON*1032*101
Ottumwa Campus
Tues, 6:00PM - 8:30PM
Food Service Complex Bldg
Rm: Baking Lab - $70.00
S. Harter

Buttercream Succulants

Learn how to make a variety of the popular succulent plants out of buttercream. You will need to bring the following supplies to class: 4-6 cups firm decorating icing, preferably homemade recipe from Wilton (www.Wilton.com), six 12”decorating bags, 6 coupler sets, scissors, flower nails, 2-3 different green food coloring, also yellow, pink, brown, copper, dark purple or eggplant colors, tips 2,21,65, 81, 102, 104, 150, 199, 352, 4B,and 1M, toothpicks, plastic wrap, parchment paper, spatula, disposable bowls and powdered sugar.

Oct 23 - Oct 23
19/YR*NON*1032*102
Ottumwa Campus
Tues, 6:00PM - 9:00PM
Food Service Complex Bldg
Rm: Baking Lab - $25.00
S. Harter

Holiday Cookies: Baking with Kids

Tis almost the season, which means now is the time to sign up for our holiday cookie class and spend quality time with your kids by enlisting their help with these tasty, easy-to-make desserts.  Let us help lessen your holiday stress by baking with us at the IHCC baking lab.  You will make, bake and decorate a variety of holiday cookies to take home and share with your family and friends.  The adventure awaits those who roll up their sleeves and roll out the dough.  Cost for the class includes tuition for one adult and one child, only the adult needs to register for the class.  Sign up today, space is limited!

Dec 08 - Dec 08
19/YR*NON*1136*101
Ottumwa Campus
Sat, 1:00PM - 5:00PM
Food Service Complex Bldg
Rm: Baking Lab - $40.00
M. Fisher

Fitness

Yoga for the Mind & Body

Create balance by developing both strength and flexibility through yoga. Relieve stress, find focus and achieve peace of mind, body and spirit. This class will focus on breathing techniques, stretching, toning, balance and relaxation. Although Yoga is for everyBODY and EVERYbody, many of the yoga positions include floor exercises. If you have physical limitations or questions, please contact us. You will need to bring a yoga mat to class--Yoga blocks are not required but recommended. Class size is limited, therefore, participants must register and pay prior to the session to hold their place in the class. Please no ‘walk-ins’. Namaste!

Sept 05 - Dec 12
19/YR*NON*1451*101
Ottumwa Campus
Wed, 5:15PM - 6:15PM
Advanced Tech Center
Rm: 111A - $75.00
K. Sisler

Self-Defense Techniques for Everyday People

Be prepared.  Both men and women need to know simple, personal protection techniques to protect themselves or loved ones.  Learn from a self-defense expert, essential, easy-to-use close quarter defensive techniques and strategies, which use your body and your surroundings to increase personal safety.  If you work late, park in dark parking lots or are out alone at night, this class will teach you defensive techniques. Classes will be held on the Ottumwa campus in the Rural Health Education Center, Room 111 and instructed by D. Shaw.

Oct 09 - Oct 16
19/YR*NON*1904*101
Tues, 6:00PM - 9:00PM
$60.00

Dec 03 - Dec 10
19/YR*NON*1904*102
Mon, 6:00PM - 9:00PM
$60.00
 

Zumba

Do you have an inner Jennifer Lopez longing to emerge?  Then, come on out and join this one-hour class that will have you moving to a combination of Latin and current Pop music.  Brandea McCann is a certified Zumba® instructor that will have you burning a ton of calories without even realizing it!  No dance experience is required and all fitness levels are welcome. 

Sept 04 - Dec 18
19/YR*NON*1020*102
Ottumwa Campus
Tues, 5:15PM - 6:15PM
Hellyer Student Life Ctr
Rm: Dance - $50.00
 

Woman Power! Weight Class

This class, developed for women, offers community, energy, and motivation to help deliver fitness results by developing strength and endurance in your major muscle groups.  We will be using high repetitions of light to moderate weight in this fun workout. This will be a 10 week program in a small group setting so sign up early as space is limited! 

Sept 11 - Dec 20
19/YR*NON*1725*101
Ottumwa Campus
Tues & Thurs, 5:15PM - 6:15PM
Tom Arnold Net Ctr
Rm: Weight - $100.00
G. Zeller
 

Brazilian Cross Training

Brazilian cross training is a great way to mix and match your workout routine by using different muscle groups you can reach a higher level of fitness. These workouts are short, intense and really help you burn more calories. Class is led by Gabby Zeller and all levels are welcome, she will keep things interesting and fun and also helps you stick with it.

Sept 10 - Dec 19
19/YR*NON*1825*101
Ottumwa Campus
Mon & Wed, 5:15PM - 6:15PM
Tom Arnold Net Ctr
Rm: Weight - $100.00
G. Zeller

Country Line Dancing

This popular dance class is a great opportunity to learn modern Country Line Dances and also serves as an exercise class. The sessions start at the beginner level and progresses from there. No partner necessary. Get your friends together and come have some fun.

Dec 06 - Feb 28
19/YR*NON*1005*101
Ottumwa Campus
Thurs, 6:30PM - 8:30PM
Hellyer Student Life Ctr
Rm: Dance - $60.00
T. Roberts

Continuing Education Course Refund Policy:

In order to qualify for a refund, you must cancel your registration at least 3 business days prior to course start.  If you have not prepaid for the class, charges will be assessed to your account if you do not cancel within the required timeframe or if you do not show up for the class you will be charged.  Exceptions will be made only in extreme circumstances.  To cancel a registration, call us at 1-800-346-4413.